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On Saturday, 7th April 2012, musicians around the world each wrote and recorded a complete new song, from scratch in one day - all on the same day!
The next day, these songs were collected and put together as this album.
The day after that, the album was released as a free download!
After the success of Album In A Day volumes 1-3, we had to do this all over again.
The enthusiastic response from listeners and everyone involved is fantastic.
Remember, none of the music on this album existed before Saturday 7th April 2012.
A big thank you to everyone who took part and to those who wanted to but couldn't.Enjoy, the album.
Share it with your friends in the knowledge that we will be doing this all over again later in the year!
Album In A Day volume 1 - 28 August 2010
Album In A Day volume 2 - 19 March 2011
Album In A Day volume 3 - 13 August 2011
Album In A Day volume 5 - 18 August 2012
This audio is part of the collection: BFW Recordings
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: various artists
Keywords: bfw; album in a day; compilation; ambient; glitch; electronic; indie; experimental; new age; hospital; piotro; the lovely moon; cousin silas; the death bazooka; rogue spore; dmyra; atlantic drop; sinerider; poodleplay arkestra; magicvan; piper_ben; riverrun; bing satellites; dan minoza; eko_fisk
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
|Audio Files||320Kbps MP3|
|The Day That Never Came||
|Metal For Blue Sky Thinkers||
|Journey of The Star Harvester||
|Song from Scratch||
|The Modesty Of Realism||
|Is There Any Tea On This Spaceship||
|Beyond The Dunes||
|Image Files||Item Image||JPEG|
|cover 3 - Hospital - Fiona||
|cover 4 - SineRider - The Day That Never Came||
|Other Files||Derivation Rules|
Subject: NetMusic Life small review
Excellent album with many different styles.